Newspaper Page Text
THE DAILY DISPATCH
Cerrcepeadeece «f tie Debut ef LtU Mentez—Navigation opened to Georgetown—Death •/ Dr. Date*—Pardon vfJ.L. Thrasher—John F. Crampton Esq, t- c A*. Washington, Feb. 11th, 1832. In common with avast number of other* who were present. 1 was disappointed with the per formance of Mad'llt* Lola Montez, on Monday evening; F.llsler and Celeste are greatly her superior; as a danscuse she can never, or at least, has not attained an eminence over that favorite, with a Richmond audience, Madame Augusta. When the countess is represented as a woman of remarkable beauty, I can hearti ly endorse the statement; the audience (an ap preciative and a fashionable one) was seeming ly captivated by her personal charms, her fig ure is faultless; the expression of her cou"te nance extremely winning; and her Unguis i e eyes possesses that resistless wife "J"* ' poets ascribe to the Gazelle's. comfortably filled, and her reception marked with much enthuiiasm. Lola .s evidently out of her true element, and would grace the bou doir, rather than the stage. The Merchants of Georgetown, after several ineffectual attempts to blow up the ice by the means of a sub marine battery, engaged the services of the ice boat Totchatan, to accom plish the object. Ou Monday evening she commenced her la bors under the immediate supervision of the in domitable Capt's. Beek, and B. F. Darracott, aided by the redoubtable pilot Benj. Mugar, Eriq—the task was easily performed and the sum of $100 pocketed by the owners. Navi gation is now open, and our neighbors are re joicing greatly thereat. I am pained to announce the death of the oldest and one of the most eminent physicians of our city. After a protractcd and distressing illness, Dr. Frederick Daws breathed his last on yesterday morning; he was universally re spected tor his great excellence and worth. The Intelligencer of this morning says that "information has been received at the depart ment of State from Madrid, that the Queen has extended a pardon to John L. Thrasher, and ordered his immediate release." This is truly acceptable news. The announcement of the appointment of John F. Crampton. Esq. late Charged' Affaires, as Minister Plenipotentiary of Her Britanic Majesty to the United States, gives great satisfaction in this city. Mr. Crampton has long resided in our midst; and in his official and social intercourse he has ever proved him self the Diplomatist and the gentleman. Can't say as much for many other Representatives of foreign Courts, now in Washington. The names of "Mr. and Mrs. Goldsmidt, of Boston" appearing in the published list of ar rivals at Williard's Hotel, led to the inference that the Madame, was no less a personage than the incomparable songstress, Jenny Liud, under her newly assumed name. The Hotel, in consequence, has been besieged by all the newsmongers and quid nuncs of the city— eager in their enquiries respecting the happy pair. It seems, however, that the entry on the register was made by some wag, who has suc cessfully hoaxed, among scores of others, your obedient servant, the undersigned. Last night we were visited by a violent storm of wind and rain which materially served to cleanse the streets and gutters. IIENRICO. Correspondence of the Digpntcb. George Law and Kossuth—Real Estate— Steamships for Chagres—Professor Guuot — The For rests, fsc. BfC. New York, Tuesday, Feb. 10. Mr. George Law, of this city,is a large owner oftt'uimhips and paying stock?, and is withal a man of considerable energy and enterprise.— He was thefpriine mover in the recent banquet in honor of the mechanic who built the Yacht America, and his latest olio its is a spicy letter to the Herald, tendering in aid of Kossuth any required amount of arms, ammunition, and if ne cessary, steamships and good fighting men.— The document is intended as a reply to the Stiitem<Tnts that Mr. Law sold to Kossjith some fortv thousand "condemned" muskets, at $2 each. Mr. Law denies that his muskats, which he bought at a bargain from Uncle Sam, were condemned, but that they were sold because u new invention of greater efficiency than the old musket had been ordered by the War De partment. Law's letter makes a good deal of amusement, and will prove a good advertise ment for him. So long as Hungary is aided, people care nothing about the means; the Hungarian fever gives uo symptoms of permanent abatement. Real estate in New York rules high, and lota in eligible localities are selling readily at a large advance upon previous years. Pro perty in South street, sold to-day for $13,500 per fot; in the Bowery at $20,600; and in Nas sau street at $38,000. The latter was pur chased for the Evening Post establishment. The steamships Empire City and New York •ailed yesterduy for Chagres, with a large num ber of passengers. The New York is a new vessel, and commenced her career unfavorably, & considerable number of passengers having forced themselves on bourd without tickets, and it becoming necessary to expel them.— Another account states the ofiair differently, and it is asserted that the agents of the ship returned large amounts of money to those who could find no births. Professor Arnold Guyot, a Swiss scientfic gentleman, already well-known in this coun try, is about to deliver two lectures on the mooted questions contained in the first chap ter of Genesis, viz: the creation of the earth and the unity of the human race. As Pro fessor Guyot is a man of diligent research, and has sustained intimate relations with Professor Agassiz, and other disputants on these themes, there is naturally some curiositv to hear an expression of his views. Ralph VVoido Emerson, the Carlylean tran •cendentalist, is also lecturing here to tood houses. ° Forrest received warm plaudits last night, upon the occasion ot his re appearance ou the stage. He made a speech upon the "un paralleled verdict," which was vociferously cheered by bis particular friends. .Meantime the "School for Scandal" has run out at' Brougham s, and Mrs. Forrest is soon to an pear in a new character. Yours, M. Legislative Wit.—ln the House yester day, as the clerk commenced calling the ayes and noes, Mr. Henry, of Bradley, was leaning against h.s table, which falling, carried him ur « J l .' * ,V,I) S hi,n a harmless fall.— Before Mr. Henry had gotten up, and while •very body was looking in that direction, Gen. 1 oik, who was in the chiir, remarked. ''The gentleman fromßradlev has the floor."— ya*k tille Union. Five thousand dollars were deposited in this city a few days since, for the payment of pa', sage tickets to C ■ lifornia, for persons living in the town of Atkinson, Picataquis The unwonted emigration from Maine to the Cold regions, awakens thousands of fears and SXHrH lo " J wi,b F en ', f r 9®° ' n Charleston U said to have ma/ie a>;-rujbl«d»c«var, in the art of The advantage clximed for a picture taken bv the new proc «> U that.t requires i 0 gla»» to protect i' "" " '* c P ¥Pr,!(l Wlth a transparent cnsm' 7 L r ' n ,er ® the P icture impervious to the effect* ©/ he atnj «; h ;re, and less liable to 1 • rubbed off; in fact th*j more friction that i« used on the tuxUcr, lb b ighter and ccarer the picture become*, »nd so durable U it that it can be sent in « letter any diaUnce, with >ut the poieibility of iu fceing «c rate bed or deface !. ' A bank note—an old dilapidated one—was IRBIVALB AT THE PRINCIPAL HOfKU YESTERDAY. EXCHANGE wJSe Albemaile; R D Morri*. Buckingham; D S tan j W R Staphs, Chri.n.n.hunr; ifssswi .vsV-sSi burg ; 8 Crutrtiti' Id. «pal«iwn». » . j r? WfaS? f»kVttL m?- ggT City U\V Powers, Staunton ; T Boiling, hotel.—J R R Tisdale, Lunen bure BE Kundly, Chiriotto; P Co*telyon, Jamat ..s'v. AL Hooker and W J Powers, Cumber land; WGPoJlaid, Amelia; JE Welsh, Wa/reo, Mo; Dr D Ky Buckingham; C Mormmon, Cum- Imtlhihl ; 8 Wili-on. Powhatan; J 1. Walking, Lun enburg; K Radford, Goochland; O 8 Armstrong K and D R Road; W L Lennox. Tenn; B B McLe on, Norfolk ; J B Stacia, NC ; J D Sublctt, Pow lm an CITY HOTEL.—Major J W Simpson, Gloucester; W L Henley and G E Geddey, City; J B James, Lancaster: J J Bertellotand J C Haywood, Charleston; G L Williams. Albemarle; M M Pike and A Pike. Weft Union, Onio; T P Murphy,Greens ville; J M Doswell, Hanover; T Steers, Louisa- M Blitz, City Point; J Traylor, Powhatan; J L Ma fuire, Baltimore; G Slaughter, Charlo'tosville; LH lin r. Hanover; W Garnett, Caroline; W Ashley and H L Richards, Baltimore; J P ft'ikes, Mat thews. AMERICAN HOTEL—W L Hen'cy and G EGed dy, James City; J H Campbell, Nottoway; W Cooper and J Clarke, Charleston; Mr Harris and lady and Miss Sally Harris. Wilmington, N C; J W Duncan, Appomattox; E F Scruggs, Powhatan; N Archer, Petersburg; J Ilardnis, Surry; Col W C Knight anil Nottoway; T N Taylor,-Phila; C GAnderson, Baltimore; Capt Simpson, USA; C W Duncan and G W Bryant and lady, New York; T Chapman, Fit, castle. MARINE NEWS. PO K T OK KICH,M Ois l> ■ ARRIVED, Steamer Belvidere, Gifford, Baltimore, merchan dise, to Ludiam & Watson. SAILED, Schr Orianna, Dodge, New York, merchandise, D. Currie. Boston, Feb. 10.—Arrived, »chrs Mercy, Taylor, and Juliet, from Richmond. AVIFI) ANVII,rIK KATL,. IV ROAD—CHANGE OK HOURS.—On and after THURSDAY, the 19th February, 1852, a re gular passenger train will run between Richmond and jenning s Ordinary, connecting at Jennings' Ordinary with Flasg &. Co.'s line of Stages for Rurkeville, Farmville, Lynchburg, Halifax Court House, Danville and Milton. The train will stop for passengers only at the following points: Man chester, Robiou's, Coal Field, Tomahawk Pow hatan. Matta"X, Scott's Shop, Amelia Court House, and Wyanoke. Leave Richmond four times a week, viz : Mon day, Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday at 7 30 A M Returning, leave Jenning's Ordinary at. 10.50 A. M Children over 3, and not over 12 years of age, half price to any points except the two first named. Servants travelling by themselves musi be furnished with two passes, so that one ran be ret-lined in the office; and it must be expressly stated on the pass that they are permitted to go on the cars. A freight train will leave Richmond every Weduesday. i'arties forwarding goods must have them on the ground the previous evening. N. B.—The Stage leaves Jennings' Ordinary every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 11, A. M.; and returning, meets the cars at the same point every Monday, Thursday and Saturday. For seats in the Stage to Lynchburg and inter mediate points, apply to the Agent at the Danville Depot, Richmond. To ensure seats, persons must be at the office and have their names entered twenty minutes before the cars leave. Passengers not providing themselves with tickets and neglecting to have their names entered on the way-bill, will be considered as way passengers and charged an increased rate of fare, fe 13 IOHN H. OSBORNE, Sup't. EXCHANGE BOWLING SALOON f I IIE SI'KSCKIBEIt. at great cost, has fitted A up this establishment in an entirely new style. It is brilliantly illuminated with GAS LIGHTS. The old alleys are taken up and new ones substitu ted, and the whole presents an appearance truly magnificent. Iwo days in the week wilibe set apart entirely for the beiiefit of THE LADIES; none of whom, however, will be admitted unless ac companied by a gentleman. The public are requested to call to-day and see with their own eyes. A SMITH, fe 3—ts Proprietor. REWARD OF 5,000 DOLLARS! TUB information which we now have from the Portsmouth Office ot the Bank of Virginia, gives us the whole amount of the money stolen Sixty-Six Thousand Three Hundred aud Seven Dollars, and the particularsto be nearly as follows: American Gold Coin, §27,782 Notes of other Banns in Virginia about 8,000 Notes of North Carolina Banks 418 Portsmouth Office Notes in 8100 notes 18 900 Do 50 do 7,700 Do of otherdcnominations, about 3 500 There being at the time of the robbery only eleven notes of the denomination of $100 in circu lation, the holders are requested to present them for redemption. The Board of Directors at Portsmouth have adopted a resolution that notes of the denomina tion of $100 will berer.fter only be redeemed upon satisfactory evidence that they were not of those stolen. Of notes of the denomination of $50, there are only forty six lawfully in circulation, and of those stolen, there are one hundred and fifty four. Care on the part of the public in receiving money of suspicious persons, must lead to a recovery and the apprehension of the robbers. The above reward will be paid for the recuvery of the loss, or proportionally for what may ba re covered by the Bank here, or the Branch in Ports mouth, as application may be made under either advertisement, limiting the reward of course to one •um. By order of the Board of Directors, ja 24—ts SAMUEL MARX, Cashier. LIFE INSURANCE. THE subscriber, as the Agent of the New York Mutual Life Insurance Company, would again invite all who desire to lay up and secure a small fund for the wilow and orphan, to give him a call, at No. 203 Main street, square'above the Banks This Company being on the mutual principle, all profits accrue to the insured. Booke explanatory iurnished gratis, with all other information, by ja 28 CHAS. WORTHAM. Agent. SUGAR nOU»K SYRUP—2O bbls, receiv i ,! g, for sale by ■£*.?» fe 7 BACON & BASKERVILL Head quarters for fashion ABLE CLOTHING. —The subscriber hasnow in store a complete assortment of Fall and Win ter Ready Made Clothing, embracing every article of Gentlemen's wear. His stock is com prised of the very latest and most approved styles, such as Latnarline Over Sacks, Kossuth Coats, Turn Coats. Body Sacks. Cutaways. Drefs and Frock Coats. VESTS—PIain and fancy Silk, rich embroidered Cassimeree, black and fancy, plain and figured Cassimeres and Merinos. PANTS—AII shades, colors, and qualities. Merino Shirts, C illars, Cravats, Stocks, fancy Ties, Gloves, Suspenders, Socks, <Scc. Also, diiect from the manufactory, a large as sortment of Cloths, Cassimeres, Silks, Satins, party Vesting*, something really rich and racy; and, in fact, every article in my line of business— all of which I am prepared to make to measure at the shortest notice, and in the latest and most !ashionable styles. E B. SPENCE, No 120, comer Main and Governor streets. WINTER BLEACHED SPERM OIL — Perfectly pure and clear, for sale by . i* s E. J. PICOT. PORTO RICO SUGAR.—IO hhds e ood Porto Rico Sugar, in store and for sale by J* 21 WILLIAMS & BRO. LAGUYRA, JAVA, MARACAIBO AND CAPE COFFEE, in store and for sale by ja2l WILLIAMS & BRO. VT ACKER EL.—Nos. 1, 2 and 3, in wt:ole, i'-a. half and quarter bbis and kits, for sale bv j* 21 WILLIAMS & BRO* lITINDOW GLASS.—7S half boxes Bxlo, »i t» fine order, for ea'e low by 19 JOHN H. CLAIBORNE. P.MORKIHftCO. (SUCCESSORS or D. FAME * COO UuHtn «f Latteries. MORE BRILLIANT PHIZES AT PURCELL'B TWENTY THOUSAND SOLD! Drawn No* Maryland Consolidated, Class 47, drawn August 22nd: «5 11 5 46 75 32 1 7 32 39 65 18 70 31. Whole 5 11 25, the capital of 920,000, •old and paid at tight by PURCELL. FORTY THOUSAND DOLLARS! Drawn No* Grand Consolidated Lottery, Class 21, drawn August 23: 26 52 49 46 44 30 1 66 2 13 15 28 43 30 24 26 19 37. Whole 23 49 52, the grand capital of 940,- 000 returned from this agency by PUKCELL for the want of a purcha»er. FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS! Drawn Nos Grand Consolidated Lottery, Class N, drawn June 14th : 54 8 24 6 71 7 9 41 65 57 75 67 62 21 37 32 61 68. Whole 8 24 34, the grand capital of 950,- 000 returned to the Managers for the want of a purchaser. Grand Schemes for February, 1852. Splendid Lottery for February 14rA, 1852. $50,000,25,000, 15,000. Eighteen drawn ballots in each package of 25 tickets. *33,000,22 000,11,000. Susquehanna Lottery. Class 8, te be drawn at Baltimore, Wednesday, February 18th. 75 Nos, 13 drawn. capitals: 1 prize of $33,000 I 1 prize of *3,000 I do 22,000 1 do 2,000 I do 11 000 20 do 1,250 I do 5,495 120 do 750 Tickets *10; halve* 5, Quarters 2 50. *30,000, 10,000, 5,000, lUO prizes of 1,000. Susquehanna Lottery, Clai!S 5, to be drawn at Baltimore, oil Wednesday, January 28th. 78 num bers, 12 drawn. r APTT4I 4 • 1 of. *30.000 1 1* of *3,907 1 of 10,000 100 of 1,000 1 of. 5,000 I 25 of 500 Tickets $10; halves 5; quarters 2 50. *38,000, 18.000. g,OOO, 100 prizes of 750. Grand Consolidated, Class 7, to be drawn at Bal timore on Saturday, February 21. 78 numbers, 13 drawn. p 4 pTT A T • • 1 of $38,000 I lof $4,000 1 of 18,000 100 of 750 1 0 f 8,000 | 182 of. 360 40 Tickets $'0, halves 5. quarters 2 50. $30,000, 20,000, 10,000, 50 of I.OCO, 50 of 500. Susquehanna Lottery, Class 9, to be drawn at Baltimore, on Wednesday, February 25. 78 num bers, 13 drawn. capitals: 1 of $30,000 1 1 of *3,000 1 of 20,000 | 1 of 2.870 1 of 10,000 I 50 of. 1,000 1 of 5,000 I 50 of. 500 Tickets $10, halves 5, quarters 2 50. BRILLIANT LOT! ERY FOR FFB'Y. 28, 1852. GRAND CAPITAL $65,000. $32,820, 3 of 10,000, 6 of 5,000, 100 prizes of 3,000. Grand Consolidated Lottery, Class F, to be drawn at Baltimore on Saturday, February 28. 78 numbers, 12 drawn. GRAND CAFITALB : 1 prize of. — *65,000 1 « 32,820 3 « 10.000 6 « 5,000 100 " 3,000 109 " 300 66 " Ist and 2d drawn Nos 200 663 " 4tb " 100 Tickets $20, ha'ves 10, quarters 5 o<£ Certificate of package of wholes $280, halves 140, quarters 70. Orders for Tickets in any of the Maryland Latteries will aieet the mcst prompt and contiden tialattention, if addressed to F. MORRIS & CO., Managers, or to C. W. PURCELL, jn 27 Richmond, Va. FMHUJIAN, an old Philosopher, a Swede • by birth, late Astrologer to his Majesty, the Emperor of Russia, takes great pleasure in offer ing his services to the citizens of Richmond and its vicinity, in Astrology, Astronomy, Physiognomy, and Signs, and gives true, correct, and satisfactory information, haviugmade predictions to Napoleon in 1812, previ rus to his downfall in Moscow, and Prince Bernadoite, to be King of Sweden. He also refers to the prediction of the election of General Taylor to the Presidency. He can be consulted in matters oi Love, Marriage, and of the future events of life. Teems —Ladies 25 cents, for reading the planet in full 50 cents; Gentlemen 50 cents, for reading the planet in full $1. Colored ladies and gentlemen are also invited to call Nativities calculated actording to Geomancy: for Ladies $2, in full $3 ; Gentlemen $3, in full 65. His office is on 18th 6treet, between Main and Cary streets, second house from Main street. Of fice hours from nine o'clock in the morning til! nine o'clock in the evening. de 15—2 m* L. «Jk 91. HOSE, Dealers In Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, No. 203 Broad Street, Richmond, Va., WO I' 1,1) inform their friends and the pub'.ic, that they nave now in store, and are daily ad ling to their stock, alargeand varied assortment of FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS. LADIES' DRESS GOODS.—A splendid assort ment, amongst which are some of the most beauti ful designs in Silks, Mousline de Lanes, Cash meres, Merinoes, Alpacas, Prints, Crape, Long and Thibet Shawls, &c , which they have ever exhi bited. MUFFS! MUFFS !l—A very handsome assort, ment of Muffs, to which we ask the particular at tention of the ladies. CASSIMERES, VESTINGS, &c.—We would in vite those in want of Cassimeres, Vestings, Cravats, woollen Under Shirts, kid, silk and woollen Gloves, tc., to our assortment, which will be sold as low as the lowest. On hand a fine assortment of Satinetts, Cassinetts, Kentucky Jeans, Kerseys, Lindseys, Flannels, Stockings, Laces, Edgings, &c. CARPETINGS.—They have also now on hand a 'ery large and extensive stock of Carpetings. Do not forget to call cn the subscribers. L. & M ROSE, No 203 Broad street, between 4th and sth. no 15—3 m* PRIVATE PRACTICE.—Dr PLUME &. CO. may be consulted, confidentially, for the treatment of the following diseases: Eruptions, Sore Legs, Ulcers, Glandular Swellings, or en largements, Syphi'is, and all morbid discharges, whether recent or chronic. Also, all those com plaints termed female diseases. The advertisers invite attention to their chemical extract of Wild Flowers, which may be regarded as the very best article known, to give tone and vigor to certain abused aud debUitatedorgans, as well as to renovate a system shattered by dissipation or other cause. Medicines securely put up, with full directions, and sent to order. Post paid letters promptly at tended to. Office on Franklin street, below Ex change Hotel, and first door below Trinity church, Richmond, Virginia fe 9 ON EXHIBITION.—OUR GREAT HIS TORICAL PICTURES OF THE LEGISLA TURK OF 1850 51, and the Convention of 1850-51.—We are now engaged at and have partially c rtnpleted, the present Assembly. To those members who have favored us with a call, we return nur thanks, and those who have not yet sat, will confer a great favor by giving us five min utes of their time, in order that *'e may add their likenesses to those already taken, and be thereby enabled to present the members of the LEGISLA TURE OF 1852 with a complete picture of them selves, in a splendid frame, valued at two hundred dollars The ownership of which will be deter mined by lot, without cost to the lot holders. Call 2' £ e Virginia Sky .Light Daguerrean Gallery, 145 Main street, above Governor. WILLIAM A. PRATT, Proprietor. P- & —Citizens and strangers generally are in vited to call. f e 2 UOSUER & WILSON, PEODUCE AND General Commission .Merehnnt*. No. 63 d.Gay street, near the head of Smith's Dock, BALTIMORE. CHAS. H. BOSHER. GEO. R. WILSON oc 7—d6m* BUKI.sAPB.-3 balefj'or sale by fe 10 DAVENPORT, ALLEN & CO. If RI I F' E W A 8 H E R S .-Japanned Knife l*. Washers, Knife Boxes, Cake Boxes, <tc for S!, J. R t?y R. M. ZIMMERMAN, te 5 Corner Main and 12th sts. C'AiHILY HAMS.—26 bbls. aud tierces su «- penor Family Hams, receiving per steamer and for sale by WILLIAMS A BRUT HER. |> IO COKFliE,—luo bags prime Rio Cofite * just received and for sale low by J* 5 A. g. LEE. la earning conn forfeits to spring up all over the country, spreading their baneful Influence over the land, robbing the pockets of the honest and un suspecting, by imposing upon them worthless and poisonous trash, for tne genuine H. G Farrell's Arabian Liniment. Fellow Citizens I Look well before you bay, and see that the label of the bottle has the letters H. G. before Farrell's,for if it fca* not, it is countxi/lit. The label around each bottle of all my liniment reads thus, "H. G. Far rell's Celebrated Arabian Liniment;" and my sig nature is written upon the label also, and these words are blown in the glass bottle, "H G. Far rell's Arabian Liniment, Peoria." This truly great medicine still goes on, conquer ing disease, and snatching many a poor, powerless victim from the grave. By its powerfully stimu Isting, penetrating and Anodyne qualities, it re stores tne use of limbs which hate been palsied for yean; and by its singular power of repro ducing the Synovial Flaid or Joint water, it cures all diseasesof the Joints with|surprising rapidity. For Rheumatism, and affections of the Spine and Spleen, it has proved itself a specific ; and lor affection* of the Lungs, Liver and Kidneys, it is a most valuable and powerful auxiliary; also, for all diseases of the Glands, Scrofula, Goitre or Swelled Neck, Ac. tic. And indt ed for almost any disease where an external application is required, this medicine stand*unparalleled. From the Hon. Peter Minord, one of the Oldest Set tler* in Illinois. It gives me pleasure to add my testimony to the virtues of your great medicine. One of my blood ed horses had a swelling over the cap ot tbe knee, about the size of a hen's egg. Some said it was a strain, and some, that it was the joint water from the knee, and could not be cured. I tried oil cedar on it, and all the liniments and ointments, and they did no more good than water. I then, by per suasion of my friends, tried H. G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment, snd I was happy to find it take effect after a few days, and it finally cured the noble ani mal entirely. 1 think it is decidedly the greatest linimint for horse as well as human flesh, 1 ever knew. [ Esq. Barker, of Neto Canton, 111, says: J Mr. H G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment has cu'ed some bad cases here, which every other remedy had failed in; one was a white swelling and con tracted cords in the leg of a boy twelve years old The leg hau withered away, and was so contracted that he had no use of it. Threw doctors had tried their skill upon it in vain,and he teas fast sinking to the grave, wnen the boy's father was induced to try H.G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment. Before the first bottle was used up he came into Mr B.'s store, and the first words he said were, " Mr. Barker, 1 want all that Liniment you have in the store; the one bottle I got did my boy more good than all that had ever been done before." That boy is now well and heaity, and has free use of his legs. It is good for sprains, bruises, cuts, burns and swellings. Being fully satisQed that H. G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment is the bent medicine in the world, I cheer fully recommend it. I had been afflicted for 16 years with a most severe pain in my breast and shoulders, which was so bad that I could hardly do any work at all, and would often have to lie in bed for two weeks at a time with it. I used your lini ment on it, and it cured me sound ana well. 1 had at the time of using your liniment, one of the worst coughs ever I had in my life; and it cured that too. I rubbed it in well over my breast and shoulders. It is also excellent for frost-bitten feet, sores, swellings, sore throat, mange, erysipelas dtc. ISAAC CLAYTON. Kickapoo, Peoria co., 111. To guard against impoiition, read the fol lotobig carefully: The public are particularly cautioned against a base Counterfeit which has lately made its appear ance, and is called by the Imposter who makes it, "W. B. Farrell's Arabian Liniment." This is a dangerous fraud, and more liable to deceive from his bearing the name of Farrell. Therefore be par ticular never to call for it by the name •' Farrell's Li niment," for unprincipled dealers will impose this SPURIOUS Mixture upon you for the genuine, but always ask for H. G. Faerell's Arabian Lini ment," and take no other, as the genuine always has the letters H. G. before Farrell's, his signa ture is also on the outside wrapper, and these words blown in the glass bottle. "H. G. FAR RELL'S ARABIAN LINIMENT, PEORIA." Call on the agent, who will furnish free of charge, a Book containing much valuable information lor every class of citizens. Price—2sc., 50c. and one dollar per bottle. The only Genuine is manufactured by H G Farrell,soleinventorand proprietor, and wholesale druggist, No 17 Main street, Peoria, 111., and for sale, wholesale and retail at proprietor's prices, by PURCELL, LADD & CO., 92, Maiu St.. corner of 14th, ja 2—d3ra Richmond. Vs TioNSUM PTIV EB, READ!—McELROY'S \j PECTORAL CORDIAL.—A Purely Vege table Compound.—For the cure ot Consump tion, under its variety of characters, such as Tu bercular or Scrofulous, Bronchial or Chronic Bronchitis, Pleuretic Consumption, or Chronie Pleurisy, and Throat Consumption, or Ulceration of the Wind-Pipe, and all diseases of the Lungs and Chest. In offering to theafflicted this valuable Medicine, we do so at the earnest solicitation of many who have experienced its great curative powers. It is not our desire to tamper with the lives, constitu tion, or health of the afflicted for mercenary mo ti»es, but to lay before them an effectual rem- dy for the above diseases. Parents will find this Cor dial an efficacious remedy for Whooping Cough, Croup, and Catarrh; being very palatable, Chil dren take it freely. Ministers and public speakers will find this valuable Medicine of great service, at it will remove the unpleasant feeling and hoarse ness occasioned by long and loud speaking. Philadelphia, Nov. 2lst, 1851. Mr. E. Stokes McElroy:—Dear Sir—Hearing you are about offering your valuable Medicine for aale, I deem it my duty to you, as well as to the afflicted, tc offer my testimony in its favor, and of the extraordinary cure it made of me. It is known by many that I had for a long time a distressing Cough, accompanied by a very acute pain in my side, back and breast, with hi(>h fevers and loss of appetite, and when my coughing would come on, I was so much prostrated that I could not stand, and I would raise a very large amount of matter, in pieces almost as large rs ray finger, having the app. arance of my lungs I finally got so weak that I gave up all hopes of ever getting well. About that time I commenced taking your federal Cor dial, more to please my friends than from any ex pectation of obtaining relief; but strange to say. Six Bottles made an entire cube of me ; and 1 am fully convinced if I had not taken yourmedl cine, I could not have recovered. You may use this certificate in any way that you choose, and refer persons to me if you think pro per, and 1 will give them any information in regard to my case thatthey may desire. WM. McCORMICK, N°^l7, North Eighth street. From the Philadelphia Mercantile Register. We would recommend to the notice of our read ers, particularly those who are afflicted with pul monary disease.-, McElroy's Pectoral Cordial, a po pular m.-dicine that has been used for years with great success, and is now offered to the public.— VVehave bad an opportunity of testing its efficacy n our family and can speak with assurance. For sale in this city by PURCELL, LADD & CO., E. J. Picot, Bennett i Beers, and Thomas 4c McCarthy. Prepared by E. Stokes McElroy, Philadelphia. Pnce $1 per bottle, or six bottles for jo, de 15 LUSTRAL HAIR TONIC.—This matchies'i prepa ation for cleansing and beautifying the hair has been pronounced the best in use. Its u«e renders the hair soft and glossy, and frees it from scurf and dandruff. Ladies will find it an admira ble addition to their toilet, removing all diseases of the fcalp, and giving strength and beauty to the hair. Price 25 cents a bottle. For sale by . . E. J. PICOT, J a 9 Corner opposite the Old Market. Toilet ware—toilet ware,in seu, in beautiful imitation of China, with Land scapes, Flowers, &c, an English article, very du rable and handsome, just received at . „ GINTER'S, J* 137 Main street. DLACKSMITIIS' TOOL S Mousehole, r oeter"s and Wilkinson's Anvils; Wright's solid box and Wilkinson's Vices; D. Berrian's warranted Bellows; Piatt's and Mitchell's Stocks and Dies- Butcher's and IbboUon's Rasps and Files; Forced Horee Shoes; Griffin's Horse Nails; Cast, Shear and German Steel; Cart Boxes for wood ar.ri inn axles forsale by VAN-LEW & TAYLOR- YI7INTER A: THOMPSON'S It V'FO. VL soap' 1 ™ SUPER. ESSENTIAL BHA SOAP.—Tint eminently uselul di covery i« a comjinstjon of pure veg»tablo suJwtHtice", and ren<J«r«ike proceMof ahavingdelijjlu'ully . »ev— producing a strong and cf.n-iatent Ifttb-r, wl.ich power s th« p. t'lilinr nature of a„t drying on the fa. and is equally effectual in *ea. hard or toft r A supply received and foraale at J* "• UINTitR'B, Ij7 Main street. A* A nn/v WILL 1» JL TOB H&LYDAYB.BY LEWIS corner of Mala *nd 13th lOwU.— ■übacriber invite* the atteatioß of the public M» hi* ■rami magnificent stock of G«I4 ud MhW Watches, Jewellery, and Faiey irlWw, unturpaaaed in variety and riehne**, imwttmg to more than TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS, which he offer* at prime coat for CASH anly, un til April next, when he leave* for Eurepe, to attend personally to hi* own importation* An opportu nity now pre*ent« itaelf of *ecuring a perfect time-piece, 25 per cent, below Richmond price*, and all other article* hi the *ame ratio. Every ar ticle warranted, and carefully packed, to go late ly any distance. Don't forget the very great *ave, by calling on LEWIB HYMAN, No. 133 Main *treet, corner o? 13th, where the greate*t bargain* ever yet offered in the city, can be procured. de 18—2 m r OCTAVE PIANO.—P. H. ha* received another isomc rosewood Piano, of *evf o ■ * « • "octave*, combining all the modern improvement*. This Piano ia from the renowned maker*, Nunn* & Clark, who*e instruments received the gold me dal prizt at the "Wold's Fair," London, 1851. P. H. TAYLOR, Piano and Music Btore, de 16 160 Main St., oppoaite the Bank*. TRIINHM TRUNKS!! TRUNKS!: ! CARPET BAGS AND VALICES. t TT> The subscriber has now on hand 13b»M I I«H " large and general assortment ot Travelling Trunks, of every de«- and at low price* for the quality, to which he would moit respectfully call the attention of all in want, as they will be sold low by no 14—t* ALEX HILL. ~gmßSfe DR. ALDINGTON, (Gra dnate) Dentist, solicits an exami- of his beautiful Block Teeth, with natural artificial gums, at hi* rooms, second square above the Exchange Bank, Richmond, Va. If you are troubled with an achingtooth, or with painful gums; if you are losing your teeth, or they seem unsightly, he has the remedy for you, and by following his directions, you can retain a healthy mouth ever afterwards. Hi* little volume on Den tistry can be had from him. de 19 JOS. WOODWARD, Den Surgeon, office three door* above the Union Hotel, where he i* prepared to receive patients, and perform all operations pertaining to the science. Teeth from the most approved manufacturer* for durability and beauty, inserted on the atmos pheric pressure principle, or with clasps, from one to a full set. Refe&fxces—Dr T H Edmonds, Harrold & Murray, Binford & Porter, Wm Ritter, R R Duval and Gaynor & Wood, Esqa. no 4—d6m* - KIKE. LIKE AND MARINE lMfr ' INSURANCE—The Richmond Fire Association are now prepared to issue — policies of Insurance on the above de scription of risks on as reasonable terms as any similar company, and respectfully ask a share of the patronage of the public. Applications will be received at the office, No 223, corner of Main and 9th street*, where the officers will cheerfully fur nish all information that may be required. All losses promptly and liberally adjusted. JAMES BOSHER, President. John H. Bqshrr, Secretory. mh 17 ADIE dfc (iHAY, DRUGGISTS, 147 VStMain Steeet, have in store, and are receiv- M ing, large additions to their stock of Drugs, Medicines, Surgeons' Instruments, Paints, Oils, Dyes, Window Glass and Fnncy Articles, which they offer for sale on the most favorable terms to cash and punctual dealers- .V'AKKIAUIi MANI'FACTQ. " RY-—The undersigned having associ ated themselves as partners, under the firm and style of GEORGE F. SMITH & BROTHER, for the purpose of conducting the Coach Making Business, ask the public to extend to them a portion of their patronage. They have taken the old stand on Broad street, near the Shockoe Hill Alarket Hou«e, so long occupied by Mr. Ira Tiche nor, and are prepared to make to order all descrip tion! of Vehicles. Repairing executed with promptness in the beat manner,and upon reaspnable terms. . GEORGE F. SMITH, .13 ir.- lm* CHARLES SMITH. fc. W « TCIIKS, JKVVELLERY, fcILVER WARE, 4c.—The subscribers have constantly on hand a splendid as- of Watches, Jewellery, silver lea Setts, silver Pitchers, Goblets, silver Spoon*, Forks, Ladles, Butter Knives, sauce and cream Spoons, &c. GENNET & JAMES, 26 Eagle Square. 0/HK.NIh HVMAN, IMPORTER — Just receivpd, by steamer Irom Europe, a JS3.iL "ew supply of Gold Watches and Chains Watches are made by the most cele brated makers, Tobiflfl, Johnson, 4c, expressly ''' r ™y ° wn retail trade, ordered when I was attbe Vvorrd s Fair, with my own name on them. Also, a quantity of movenifnts without the cases, so that any lady or gentlemau can order to be made any pattern case they may wish, and with two faces, gold and enameled. They can be seen at ihe old established f tore of HENRY H YMAN, No, 96 Main street, the only direct importer of Watches and Gun - ja 29 m 53,000 WANTED in ex ■ change lor the following goods, the following prices : Gent's Calf pegged Boots, $3, Do. neat Calf Boots, $3 50, Do. handsome dress Boots, 4to $5, Do. sewed Calf W. Proof Boots, 4 50, to $7 Do. fine waxed leather Boots, 3 to $3 50, Do. stout pegged Boots, 2 to $2 50, Do. Opera and French Calf Boots, 7 50to $9 Do. Call Patent Leather and Goat Bootees, and a general assortment of ladies', children's and Servants' Shoes, and Travelling Trunks, Carpet Bags,&c , all of which will be sold at our usual moderate rates. For bargains call on WHITE Sc. PAGE, 73 Main st., J a 31 3 doors below Dooley's Hat Store. Tfl SUPERB FAI.I, HATS—EIs A 4U4.gantly made by the best class of work- ■ mcn.ot choice materials, and in the most JK approved style. ANTHONY'S Hats possess a reputation inferior iu none made in the city, and as thay are Bold cheap er than at any other establishment, this popularity is not at all surprising. Nutria Beaver Hats, g3 gg Best quality moleskin, 3 50 Second quality " . 3gn Best quality silk, . 2 50 Second " " - • - 2 Ofl FINE CALFSKIN SEWED BOOTS, Only three dollars and fifty cents. J. H. Anthony has made an arrangement with one of the best makers in the city of Philadelphia, to supply mm with a handsome and substantial Oalf. •kmSeA-ed BOOT, which he will *>11 a ,the unpri cedented low price of $3 50. oc 15 COLUMBIAN HOTEL CORNER. CO.PAKTNEKfiHII'.-'ihe su"b h'*A !Cr ' bw ? having associated themselves business partners under the stvle , a 4 GOFF, and having pur chased from Thomas Otey his entire stock of saddles, Harness, Bridles, &c.. they will continue to carry on the business in all its branches at the RiVrnZn v ° tPy ' No Ma! » 'trc-.'t, Hi hmond, Va ; and they respectfully solicit a con tinuance of the liberal patronage as hitherto ex tended to the old firm. In connexion with their Saddle and Harness bu siness they have for sale Carriages, Rockaways, and Buggies, manufactured by Thomas A. Mayer ot Norfolk. This Repository is situated on Frank lin street, above the Old Market. A call is all that is wanting, both in the Saddle and Carriage way JOHN OTEY? jMMES W. GOFF. T°Sdi LB ! C H RIBEJ ?» iD retiriD ? f'om the *- saddle and Harness business, tenders to his numerous friends his grateful thanks for the liberal patronage that they have ao long and so generous »Ui X f. to i. ra ' solicit* a continuance of their favors to his successors. ja IS— lm THOMAS PTE T. H. JP* McNEMARA, Apothecary and nf .ni 1 OH k*od« g<>°d assortment Of articles iri his line, selected particularly for Re tail and I retcription, which he offers at as low pnees as articles ol like quality can be had else . ,h « patronage ol the public generally t, fr » e <*" 111 particular is earnestly solicited. 1 reecription? carefully put up. del 2 DOrlh C ' Jr:ier Bruf " i ' and 10,h j lOUKUPA'IHU l have • * on ha ni a Jew cases Homeopathic Medi cine*. and Su. Ihe treatment ol disoaea by these tno.J.o:r.es is attracting tli? attention of the pabMc, 1 will dispose yi ih» last at small promts. A supply "aleby" mediciLiC ' instantly on hand and for fe 4 O. A. 3TRECKEH. R Fare f ■aiifwore f 7-te WuUhl tea M—Trarailer. by ftia line Zi" r!& mond daily at BAM, reach Washington at 44 P M., Baltimore at 1 P. M. Philadelphia h the eolrwi of the sight, awl Hew York by 12 M, the next dav being always a day, and *ometime* two day*, fi advanct of paaaenger* by tbe river and bay txata Fare between Richmond fcnd Baltimore f7 qa " " Baltimore and Philadelphia..*' 300 >' " Philadelphia and Mew York (by the earlymorning fine) 3 00 N. B.—For tbe information of the public, it 4 deemed proper t? state that there are now thbxi daily lines from Washington to Philadelphia the fir»t leaving Waahington at« A. M., reaches Phil*, delphia by 3P. M.; the second at nine o'clock A M , reacbe* Philadelphia at BP. M ; and the ia*t (being the railroad line above described,! which leaves Washington at 5 P. M , and Baltimore at 8 P. M., arrive* at Philadelphia in the course of the night Tbe traveller by the railroad line has, under these arrangements, the advantage of being ■» Pbiladelphiain 19 hours from the time of hi* lea vine Richmond ; or if he desires, may remain in Wash- I ington during the afternoon and night of his ar : rival, and be in Philadelphia the next day to din ! ner, or may transact business in Washington until 9 A. M., next day, and yf t arrive in Philadelphia at j an earlv hour in the evening. The hours of arrival and departure of trains as follows : 3tA.IL tkauv for nxoumiacu Leave* daily at 8 A. M., arrives daily at 5 P. M mi. Fare to Baltimore " " " for forward cabin passengers and servants 5 qq " •' Washington "*[ 5 jq " " " for forward cabin passen gers and •ervaiito 4 0$ „ , THOS SHARP, _BojW) Superintendent of Transportation. 56J8E855«iEl ** - k ND POuflSSßf A —The favorite and beautiful Steamboat 4a. gusta, Capt. W*. C. Smith, having been tho roughly overhauled and repaired, and furnished witn a new Boilerard a new main Sbaft, of wrouckt iron, has resumed her place on the line via the Richmond and Petersburg Railroad and Port W'ti thall. The Cars running in connexion with he» will leave the Richmond and Petersburg Dep-jt every Monday, Wednesday and Friday momicftl 6J o'clock. 6 Returning, the AUGUSTA wil 1 leave Norfolk on the alternate days, viz: Tuesdays, Thursdays aid Saturdays, at sunrise. Fare to City Point, qq De. to Capes or Grove Wharf, '*.".".'..1 50 Do. to Norfolk and Portsmouth, 00 Servants, to any point between Richmond"" and the Grove, 00 Do. to Norfolk and Portsmouth, *""l 50 Children under 12 years of age, half price" Meals ' 50 Do for servants,... 13 Servants travelling by themselves must be fur nished with two passes, so tiat one can be retained at the Office; and it must be expressly stated on the pass that they are permitted to go by car* atd stearnboat. THOS. DODAMEAD, oc8 —dtf Superintendent. Wl KX PRK«?F" are now°T^f ning to nearly every city, town and village in the United States, and its superior facilities are offered to all (at low rates) for the rapid carriage and de livery of articles of all descriptions : boxes, bale*, packages, parcels, money, &.c. <tc., and for the col lection of notes, draft*, bills, in all place* whe v e we have agents. Our arrangement* are such that the utrr.ort promptness may be relied upon for the p* rfcrm ance of all business entrusted to us. Custom-housebusinessattended to, goods entered, duties paid, and article* forwarded with dispatch Be sure to order good* by ADAMS & CO 'S Ex press. Checks on England, Ireland, Scotland and WVea in sums to suit, for sale at this office. ' Our European and California Expresses eive f«n. eral satisfaction. • The Express leave* Richmond for the Ncnh East and West every morning (except Bundav) at 74 o'clock, arrive* every evening (except Monday) at 5i o'clock. J-H. SAWYER, Agent Office No. 5, Fourteenth street, Richmond, Va. FOR RENT, in the town of Manchester, JfcaLthat large and commodious house krown aa the Farmers' Hotel. It has all necessary outhouses, and might be rendered a pleasant and comfortable residence for a large family, or might be used as a boarding school, or as heretofore, a public hou*e. It uiay be rented or leased on liberal and accom modating terms. Apply to Christopher C. Mcßae, Manchester.or Col. Ward at the Columbian Hotel Richmond. Jaß—lm §FOR HKM', —A good wooden dwelling, near the head of ieth street, opposite the ence of Thomas Sheppard, Esq. Rent #125 Applyto TOLER Sc. COOK, J a Gene' al Ag =nts, «[ VALUABLB DWELLING FOR Jtil fe ALE.—The very desirable three atorv Brie* lenemei.t on the North side of Leigh street, be tween 6th and 7th streets, now in the occupacy oi Andrew Johnston. For terms, apply to LUTHER R SPiLMAN, Attorney at Law, de 20—d6m* Main street .opposite City Hotel A FOR KENT.—The former residence ol Mr. Peter Cottom, dee'd, situated half amik west of the city, at the west corner of Rutherford's farm, is offered for rent. The improvement* are extensive and convenient, and there is a large and rich lot of land attached, on which are fruit t r ees, Stc., &c. We ask particular and early attention to this beautiful and much-to be-desired situation For terms, apply to us. TOLER St COOK, '* 5 General A <ents. fIKUAH TAR, MANUFACTURED BV MRS t/ B. B. NORRIS, BALTIMOKE—Which is de cidedly the best article ever yet introduced for the cure of Bronchitis, Consumption of the Ludfi, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Kidney and Scrofulous Affec -oons, Piles, &c. Price Kl per bottle, which iast# from six to eight weeks. rv urn- Home Testimony. Dr. William C. Crump, Dentist, of this city Lm been snnenngfrom Consumption of the Lungs for the Inst five crs x years, andhastrieu almostevery article recommended in his cast*, without any real benefit. When the Cedar Tar was advertised for •ale in this city, he purchased a bottle, and imme diately derived benefit Irom its healing and strength ening properties. At the time he commenced ta king it, he was very iow, inasmuch that he was obliged to give up his office for practice. He now so m*ich relieved, thnt he is able to attend to nis patients, and, by continuing the medicine, he confidently hopes to be fully restored. Dr. C. has kindly volunteered that his case should be made public, that others might be benefitted. There are others who are taking the Cedar Tar with decided benefit, who can be referred to, besides a number of Physicians in Baltimore, who are administering it in their daily praetiee. "1 subscribe with pleasure and full confidence to the good effect* of the Cedar Tar, as prepared and soid by Mrs. Norris, in many cases ol diseases, having presented it frequently, and always w.Ui good effects. A. Rich, M. D.- March 27, 1851. For sale in Richmond by P.HORTON REACH,9I Main street, General Agent for Eastern Virgiuia. fVr Call and see certiorates of cure ja 5 JLAIMES' i;AITtRH-flo with the Dispatch iuto every tamil> ÜBMfc in the city and State and let the Lathes know thut il they want the prettiest and best Gaiters tney ever saw for a very small turn of money, they muet come to No. 43, at the ngn of the Big Boot, just below the City Hotel, opposite side of Main st, where there is also a large and geisfral assortment ot every thing in the line, which will b« sold very icw b y„ , WILLIAM WALSH. Manufacturer and Dealer in Boote, Shoes, Trunks, Vahesee, Carpet Bags. Si c. fe 3 VOCTHB' PKEHH BOOT EE 8 Youthk' Fin. tBBHfe Channel Bootees; do Patent Leather Gaiter ."hoes, do latent L>aiher Bootees; do Patent Leather Pump»; do Calf and Kip Bootee* A general assortment for sale cheap by WHITE Si PAGE, 73. Mate 8t , t0 0 3 d"Qr» below Dooley's Hat Store BLOCK TIN DIM HEM.—A full assortment ol American and English BLOCIK TIN DISH ES, for Oysters, Steaks, Stews, Stc. A few, extra deep, jua received at GINTKH'S, ?37 Main stre.-t. \1 >~> r -P of Liver* t, ill. Candy, Syrup MoreWvnd, t'yrvp vt VViM Cherry h»>lt, Jnyne'* Et.fCuriiit, if ,lif <'u*btuud CViU», h finh mvy'j nteir rid and fir •aJeby _j«2 STABROOK .* Kf'KVK. RI U CO ¥ FJCK —m b*x» iUoOvßro, rcc-jr " g and iori*lt> by k EICON A. BABKE&VILL.